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Women in Wellington have had their caesarean section procedures delayed after an electronic system deleted their bookings.
A survey shows people with a disability are significantly more likely to be victims of crime than able bodied people of the same age.
The government's promise of 1800 new police could be delayed, and the planned rollout has been impacted because of managed isolation commitments.
Documents that have been declassified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade have revealed the sordid actions of enemy soldiers committing war crimes during World War II.
Declassified documents released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs show the political ramifications New Zealand faced for hosting the 1981 Springboks Tour.
A global watchdog for money laundering and terrorist financing has found New Zealand's police do a good job seizing proceeds of crime and have a robust understanding of money laundering risks.
First Person - As a mate, you're not supposed to keep your friends up all night fretting and turn up late for weddings - that is unless you're Devon Conway, Ben Strang writes.
Security at Managed Isolation and Quarantine facilities has tightened up considerably over recent months, as police changed their policy around prosecuting people who try to flee.
Multiple sources RNZ has talked to said the leadership of the Gang Intelligence Centre was "clueless", and one person said it was run by a bunch of buffoons.
The police have offered $650,000 in financial rewards in an attempt to solve crimes during the past eight years.
A New Zealander who is associated with Islamic State will return to New Zealand after their passport or citizenship of another nation was revoked.
But the government is defending the numbers, saying some funds are still under negotiation, and the police are still better off than they were under National.
Both police and government are claiming a successful firearms buy-back despite having no up-to-date estimate of how many guns they expected to be handed in.
It was Hurricanes hooker Ben Strang versus Chiefs halfback Ben Strang at the opening Super Rugby Aotearoa under-20 match in Taupō, RNZ reporter Ben Strang writes.
The Ministry of Health allowed a family to remain in the community for more than two days after escaping managed isolation during last year's first level 3 lockdown.
The government is being asked to consider appointing an independent person to review how counter-terrorism laws are operated in New Zealand.
Between 3000 and 4000 shops sell tobacco in New Zealand, but the Cancer Society would like that to drop as low as 200.
National is claiming that officers are facing a greater threat from armed gang members and the police association is calling for more training to deal with dangerous situations.
Defence Force staff working in managed isolation are facing double standards on their expectations for life outside of quarantine facilities.
The government's clampdown on firearms and seizures of high-powered semi-automatic weapons has had no impact on a rise in gun crime and violence in New Zealand. Audio
The year-long review identified abuse and intimidatory conduct, and sexist and racist behaviour underlying experiences of bullying within police.
The Ministry of Health says it has more than nine months worth of personal protective equipment (PPE) in stock at current usage rates, or over a month's worth at "high pandemic" use rates.
The government has granted the Covid-19 vaccine suppliers Pfizer and BioNTech indemnity from any claims that may arise from use of the vaccine.
Gay, lesbian or bisexual people are more than twice as likely to suffer from sexual violence or family harm than their heterosexual counterparts. Audio
A mobile speed camera parked between Davies Road and School Road, a 50km/h zone, has issued 18,294 tickets since January 2018, worth $1.135 million.